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[texts]Miss Scrope's Answer to Mr. Cresswell's Narrative. - Elizabeth Scrope. London: Printed for R. Baldwin, 1749.
The contradictory accounts of Thomas Cresswell and Elizabeth Scrope about their relationship are more than just an example of "he said; she said" â although they do represent the genre to an extreme degree. Before the Clandestine Marriage Bill of 1753 was passed, marriage in England was legal if a couple promised to live together as man and wife, even if they had no witnesses, and even if the marriage was not consummated...
Keywords: Thomas Estcourt Cresswell; Elizabeth Scrope; He Said she Said; Clandestine Marriage Bill of 1753
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[texts]A Narrative of the Affair Between Mr. Cresswell and Miss Sc--e: Address'd to G----V----E SC------e, Esq., by Which may be Discover'd the Falsities, Misrepresentation, &c. in a Letter in the General Evening-Post - Thomas Estcourt Cresswell. London: Printed for Charles Green, 1747.
The contradictory accounts of Thomas Cresswell and Elizabeth Scrope about their relationship are more than just an example of "he said; she said" â although they do represent the genre to an extreme degree. Before the Clandestine Marriage Bill of 1753 was passed, marriage in England was legal if a couple promised to live together as man and wife, even if they had no witnesses, and even if the marriage was not consummated...
Keywords: Thomas Estcourt Cresswell; Elizabeth Scrope; He Said she Said; Clandestine Marriage Bill of 1753
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